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2020 Annual FAR Conference Leading in the Business of Nonprofits

  • 27 May 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Grand Hyatt, Washington DC


  • Pre-paid registration package
  • Nonprofit Member - Early Bird Registration
  • Open to all levels of resource members
  • Resource Member Company Staff
  • Nonprofit Member Substitute - Early Bird Registration
  • Suppliers and consultants to the nonprofit community who are not FAR members
  • For nonprofit attendees who are not members
  • Presenter (For Profit)
  • Presenter (Nonprofit)
  • Additional Exhibitor Personnel, does not include lunch or session attendance and includes two breaks.


Register Today
Early Bird Deadline - April 15

Executives of nonprofit organizations will be required to do more than just survive, but rather to thrive in the complex times in which we find ourselves.  Together we will explore the possibilities to increase one’s capacity to exercise leadership and exhibit knowledge on behalf of what we professionally care the most…the future success of our organizations.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Early Bird Registration - Nonprofit Members and Nonprofit Nonmembers can take advantage of the Early Bird rates! 

Registration- Member and Non-Member registration now open.  Sponsor, speaker, and additional/substitute staff registration not yet enabled.

Sponsorship information - Coming soon

Additional Staff registration:  If you would like to register additional staff who are not members please contact hq@far-roundtable.org 

Keynote Speaker

James Kane

Behavioral Scientist, Consultant, Author, Speaker



How to make anyone loyal to you, your organization, or your cause.

In this fascinating and highly entertaining presentation, James Kane takes his audiences on a journey into the human brain and explains the science behind true loyalty and human relationships. Building on more than 40 years of research on the subject, James will make the case that human beings have a fundamental need to be loyal and actively seek out the specific clues from others that tell them when they can and should be. When an organization, as well as an individual, is able to understand and demonstrate those loyalty-building behaviors, they can develop relationships that will last a lifetime and result in unwavering and unlimited support.

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